Prep Time: 15-45 Minutes
Cook Time: 20 Minutes
Serves: Two decently-sized adults for a couple days.
Difficulty: It’s about as hard as it looks. … that’s what she said
Recommended Sides: Not necessary if you’ve got all of your major food groups packed inside. I would, however, recommend watching Battle Royale, but only if you’re cool enough.
2 Chicken breasts, halved and sliced
1 Can refried beans
4-10 Tortillas (depending on how many days you want left-overs for)
1-2 Yellow, Orange or Red Peppers
Pico Conquered the World
Red Pepper Flakes
Salt & Pepper
1 Packet Taco Seasoning per two chicken breasts
Step 1: It puts the chicken in the marinade, or it gets the hose again
Slice your chicken breasts into pretty thin strips and then marinate with your poison of choice. … errrr… your spices of choice. We used olive oil, cumin, red pepper flakes, salt, pepper, chili powder, cayenne pepper, cilantro, and garlic salt for at least 30 min. You can, of course marinate for a shorter or longer period of time, but in our opinion, the longer, the better.
Step 2: Chop up your veggies Samurai-style
Whilst your chicken is marinating, you should be capable of doing a few things simultaneously. At this time, please prepare your vegetables for the Battle Royale, oooooor for the pan of sizzling vegetable oil, whatever works. Once you have your veggies chopped up, please insert into sizzling pan and cook for about 5-8 minutes or until softer than fresh. You can also start getting out the rest of your chimichanga ingredients.